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  2. That's true. The Demeter has a big fat CLEAN tone, and the REDDI is somewhat coloured and dull. That said I'd consider selling mine, mostly using Neve gear these days.
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  4. - contacted by a 'potential' buyer named Paul Smith. Turns out he is a scammer: [email protected] - http://www.scamdex.com/ScamTipsAnal/more_post
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  6. I have built several multi band systems over the ears, and my favourite for playing solo bass guitar is a three way top, similar to a fearful, with a 1X18 sub; it is all driven by active crossovers and separate power amps. I built these for gratification and just because, .....If you are playing in a band with no PA support for instruments, (not uncommon) - this would work but in a band with a proper PA, you'd be best advised not to use a sub unless you know how to filter off the competing 'sub' frequencies. I use a 50Hz roll off and frankly I still prefer to bring out 1X18 sub sometimes, the overall sound is cleaner and the 12" driver is not strained as much. But I usually take a pair of 1X12 3 way or a 1X15 3 way, as my needs are for a bass guitar monitor, usually. Have also used a 4 band PA system, with no bass monitoring on stage, just in ears.
  7. This is the way to do it: use a line level mixer to mix the tone hammer and the sans amp outputs, use the mixer to feed the power amp in bridged mode. A line level mixer can be any mixer, say a small 2 or 4 channel unit.
  8. I have used one for regular weekly gigs for over a year now, in Australia and here. It lasts about 5 hours for me - gigs are only ever 2.5 hours long but rehearsals have been long, 4 - 5 hours, and its still going. My bass pedal board comprises a Boss EQ-20, a custom made efx loop switch, Turbo tuner, and a Sony Wireless. I use it for my guitar pedals & powering my keyboard in one person studio. The guitarist I worked with used a Sanyo pedal juice. I'd pick up a spare if I had spare cash.
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